Designing Safe Shared Spaces to Rekindle Our Love for the Office
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Designers face a challenge as people head back to the office. How do we balance the need for compelling spaces that entice people to come to the workplace with the need for safety?
After months of working from home, most people say they want to go back to the workplace in some way or another. The reasons are consistent no matter which survey or study you read. We are more productive and enjoy work more when we’re able to connect with people in the office. Studies show we prefer to meet, socialize and connect (schedule and unscheduled) with others in person.
Original Article Source Credits: WORK DESIGN MAGAZINE , https://www.workdesign.com/
Article Written By: Rebecca Charbauski
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